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Vexxhost is using now Citrix Xen Technology to provide cloud ready dedicated servers and virtual private servers. Their enterprise hosting solution is reasonably priced and can can be used by small and medium size business. The Prices for VDS started at only $99.00 per month with 5 GB RAM with high performance Xeon CPU’s and RAID 10 Storage System.

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